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fort as can be well represented in an engraving. location of an internal disease. In judging Fig. 2 represents a younger man, also of the the pulse they try both wrists. Their mode of merchant class, but an out-of-door operator. treatment is far inferior to the enlightened He has to some extent Americanized himself medical systems of the present day, yet considby the adoption of trowsers and blouse.

ering their primitive notions, the “Celestial" physicians do remarkably well.

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